How to Amplify OKR Impact
Join a SaaS CEO to learn how he gets the most out of the OKR framework
Alex Bartholomaus welcomes his guest, Fulcrum CEO James Grady, to explore how he maximized the value he’s gaining through the OKR strategic framework.
Tech companies like Google have used OKRs to grow revenue for years – proof that it’s a powerful framework. Still, not all companies who use OKRs are getting the results they should. There’s always room to grow, but even more room to fail if the framework isn’t properly used.
Whether you’re using OKRs already or want to start with a strong foundation, join us at our upcoming webinar. We’ll cover typical pitfalls of OKR programs, how to avoid them, and ways to gain the most value from strategic execution initiatives – all from the perspective of two CEOs with deep OKR experience.
Alex Bartholomaus, CEO, People Stretch Solutions
Alex P. Bartholomaus is President and CEO of People Stretch Solutions, a Washington DC based management consulting firm specializing in revenue growth consulting and scaling organizations. He is a published author and professional speaker on the topic of OKRs, Sales Effectiveness, Elite Business Performance and Emotional Intelligence. Alex specializes in helping CEO’s understand why or why not their people are performing and how to nurture elite executive performances. He accomplishes this with the help of innovative online assessments and a methodology that draws on psychology, behavior and emotional intelligence.
James Grady, CEO, Fulcrum
James H. Grady is CEO of Fulcrum, a leading SaaS solution aimed at reducing the time, cost, and risk associated with data collection, workflow automation, and analytics. His experience as a tech leader includes taking a strategic perspective and a focus on driving profitable growth. He has helped organizations to grow revenue from $56M to $100M in under three years through strategic initiatives, including implementing OKR frameworks. James is a graduate of the Harvard School of Business.
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Why You Should Attend
Objectives and key results (OKRs) is a goal setting framework used by growth-oriented organizations to define measurable goals and track their outcomes. Organizations like Google and Intel have used OKRs for years to help them achieve and maintain market dominance.
OKRs provide individuals, teams, and organizations with a holistic view of the mission and vision, while encouraging communication around shared objectives. In a nutshell, a properly planned, implemented, and tracked implementation of OKRs applies strategy to day-to-day tactics.
Frameworks like OKRs are useful – but to be a game changer, an OKR program requires a specific, actionable layer of tactics that help create the most impact on strategic objectives.